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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta HERALD t The D A A price has been the First Step of many Fashionable Women towards Corset Style and Comfort. FROM latest Paris adapted !o Cnnudion D A Corsets tire produced from the best nuteriali in one of the finest in the world. Made in large quanlitiei and fold at sraill profits, D A" A Cortets save their purchasers Irom Sl.OO to 53.00 over importecTcoiscU of even values, Thii saving has induced many to try them and the style, comfort, and good wear hai then -yon us permanent customers. The D A A Corset No. 510 illu.tratcd herewith, is dc- ilgned for the m-omnn with a small or medium figure and requiring liHle bust support. This model has medium bust, extended hips and long buck. It is made with English coutil, trimmed with wide lace, ribbon and bow, has duplex steel stopped top and bottom with silk, six lisle suspenders, draw string and skirt. An imported corset covering the above description would cost S3.50. The D ft A model 510'ii sold oil good storw for 52.50. Other D models, from Sl.OO to every one guaranteed. The Dominion Corset Company, Quebec Makers of the Celebrated La Diva Corsets. 4-12 JUST A CONSERVATIVE PAPER'S PIPE DREAM Story Abouf Dissatisfac- tion Over Telephone Methods Umior the caption "Siftem Govern- mont Will 'Clot tho thore up- Quick Bargains Special Snap in Hats. [For Friday and Saturday, 25 per cent Off on Any Hat in the Store. I C. A. COOKSLEY, ClosetoBentleyCo. gary Herald, the following, purporting vo be a -.special despatch from Loth- bridge: "Tho Sifton government always did have an ingenious way of reckoning profit and loss, judging from tlio man- ner in which operated the tele- j phone system. The condition of al'-j j fairs as they exist now affects seri- ously every architect, builder and con- tractor in the province. "Why does the Slflon outfit wait un- til a building: is erected before they bring in iheir telephone wires? The Bell ami oilier comuaniey do their in- stalling during the course o." a build- ing's const ruction, but 'Ml" Arthur and his warriors wait until the build- j ins is completed, as they argue that they can save by losing This y mathematical but neglecting to wire, a t building wiiile it is in course of erec- j lion. thiy government is wasting nion- j ?y. instead of trying to savu it, by in- ________ stalling wires during tile initial sing- es of construction. As nmriers stand Last night was. Herald night Present, new wires are being the carnival jroiinds, and to say that' "'ought in from the outside.of build-] every person "attached to til; staff of evcrj' a lemult a tele down to earth from their uoropluiio flight the hotter." Imagination it Work In order to learn whether the article was inspired by tho Imagination of a narrow-minded party henchman of tho hlno or wlictlier It had some ground for. foot, tho Ilorald Ihls morn. Ing called on several of the prominent contractors, builders and architects and also on the construction foreman of the government telephone SllMOlYTHS TOR TOM change hero. result of tho HERALD'S NIGHT AT BIG SHOW omilllry was the conclusion that the despatch was nothing more nor loss than a mass of mis-information. There is not an urehltcct nor a con- tractor in the clty.who does not at all times receive thc most courteous treatment at the hands c-.' ihe tele- phony wiremen. In every new block of any size, tlio exchange foreman calls on the conn-actor before tho building la started, and makes ar- rangement for (lie complete wiring of the block, when tlle building has ad- vanced to that stage. This rule lias already been followed in all tlie large blocks' which have been erected in the city during the past three years. Every room in1 the Hull block is already -wired.a special conduit bavins been installed to serve building. The same may be said of the Dominion Block, and. the.Sher- lock block. They were wired during the construction of the building, and iu installing any telephone in the pre- mises all that is necessary to do is the required wiring: in the o'ftice. The Dominion block and the Sher- ling., May Jlnnn, president of tho Syndicate Ed ncatlonal. League ami labor leader today was found guilty in the court ol .-.ssljus oC having endeavored (o -.'Inoncc British' soldiers from theii duty, and was sentenced to'six months imprisonment, llanh was arrested on March 21, after he had delivered a speech at sympathy with the coal strikers. Hoforo being sentenced the labor leader addressed the court, H0 ar- gued that when under the. civil laws, soldiers were only citizens, and commands given them must, therefore, bo lawful commands. He denied thai lie hud endeavored to Influence sol- diers as soldiers from performance of their duty. SEEK TO RELEASE BEATTIE NESBITT Thursday, Ala.y ECONOMICAL RELIABLE p u R MAGIC BAKING POWDER UIULIY tbe result thai there Is lock block-, which are now being er- of wire entangle j he hindlcd in the LIKELY TO i RESIGN HIS SEAT Owen Sound, Ont, 'May ho-definite anouncement lias been made so far, there is no "doubt that Hon. A. G. McKay, until recently a member the Ontario opposition, has Jocated permanently in Edmonton air. McKay will, in all probability, resign his seat in the Legislature at an early date, and this will leave North ,Gre> open for n bye election Sir. McKay will'return to Owen Sound.in midsummer to.conclude his business arrangements here. LABOR TEMPLE FOR CALGARY Calgan M Lalgi Trades and Labor Council has pi chased a the south side Eleventh avenue, between First ai Second streets east, as a site for i proposed labor temple. Plans at. specific itions ure being nrtjured fo .1 building to cost fiom to SSI 000 tlils paper had a good time is ting it niilill, The, h-d a tattling' lood tin- o, is the, da) down lonlfooler) of thc j'''u'mlght also he added that there ,s .in uiin u, lice had a aos, ments ouentoib is Iu id thai if the not i telephone subsciibei m the cit, [foui _ood tun The nmsbois loini piopnetor ot a huililint 01 v ten mt who is compelled to pa, the cost of ed about: the grounds with absolute wants to wire a building iu 'the early the inside wiring This is a rule of umfitleat't m the InouI det that their stiges of construction the, must do, tile tt ui -.Ui tele iso at'their own expense, of wait tin-j phone concerns in Canada, and all i. til the Sifton gang do the job on the blocks and residences are wired bv completion of the building. It Is a the government in exactly the same great way of doing business, but the manner as the telephone rs supplied expense doesn't seem to cost the gov- by them ernment any anxiety Elvery architect, builder and con- tractor is hoi iiflpr Hit. srm-ornmm.1 over this state of affairs, and the sooner Arthur and his associates come admitted them to anv show t.iul when von turn ntnetv bovs loose en i lib iistruUious to So- to it, tlierc is going to lie some- thing doing in the way of fuu U'lule the hoys were being shown about the grounds In- U' Ili.viil Pnln. and the circulator of the Herald, ail- other persomllj conlu'tid pirtv was being shown the sights and scjnes ami shows In Vr II C.n, Wooilwaul the' jssist ml mimnii It is a question in the.writer's mind as- to whether thc Colin kits or the Woodward tdnlt- hid the best time Ihe idults lone on the the. fer- ns tthec', ill dieir p ctllies a pociili. dog ind a box ol choc- olates, visited all tlle shows, andi went home tired out, but happy Don't, think that there were nc otliirs on the ground last nnjht be Allies thc Iknld I our or flic Ipous- ind otlcr (.eople were ol the opinion There is no dissatisfaction among either contractors or architects in the has ever arisen in any'meeting of the Builders' Exchange. MIGHT HAVE SAVED ALL ABOARD TITANIC Chicago, 111., -May us proceedings for-the release of Di William Beatlie Nesbitt, Toronto phj is now in juil nil dcr an extradition order, were heinj, prepared today. The United States Commissioner before whom the charge was heard held the accusation and evidence suf to wai i ant erudition and papers used in the case, were forward' ed to the Secretary of State. Ne-i bill's counsel contends that the charg- es were not upheld by the evidence before the Commissioner, and dcclar ed today that he. would ask the Fed RI (jouit to lelease his client If Bulkhead Doors Had Not Been Opened Mav v, m.-ig mi: opinion thit list night is just the night lo doors of watertight "lto 1hc ot lhc Tl "hcieiipou he cscoitel thQin to largci EASE and the tnoft popular feature of a Id Grace Corsets more important than ever since the present trend of fashion is toward the natural figure. the investigation, and was described by Jar.ies Johnston, steward, as hav- ing been exemplary. Johnston, who lilt thc ship m emergency boat that the a small dinghy, was asked ,yhv .there bulkheads had: lvcrc "ofc lnotc women -in the boat, ind th., went "it wasVupical been opened haung been clos d l tocUdTwcirr t0 to mm was kin.1 enough lo bold thc Jt _ "rcek K! them TO BE SEVERE WITH_-LW. Ws" Mnj Determined to prevent the I. W. nlagiie from in- ftLting indiisiiia] conditions in tills clt> Police Aiuistrate 91-icDomld to dai sentenced ictoi Co, ai> Itil .an striker from the Canadian Noitlt em conatruction cimri in the Rockj Mountains to months impiison meul iftei which lie Is to be deport ed Ca, le us thc tirst of the f W W to reach Winnipeg, which he achieved on the bumper of a Canadian Pacific freight car. All classes of union la- bor here are i unit in con damnation of the I W protioss and methods the While I me, Sit Robert Tin .is all the engineers went down with la, -slid tint the doors mentioned b, the ship Onh seven of the eightt witness coulil not he opened without three firuncn on dutj at thc tun being released fiom tin, hndgo aflri thc accident were Uie last hoit ind left Dillon tc ii- lied In, went to tho poop Itck where tlieic were man) women but no men flic I itamc foundered hu wis ickpd down ibout two fathoms ind litet is picked up unconscious III umembcred nn ibout, fni some time befote being rescutd and he sud it least 1 000 othnr i n en 11111111115 or floating on the Mil fate, up bj life preser, eis siw no uomtii iu thc w ilic comlnct ol I Uruct managing director of the International Mercan till Minnc liter the w is fci c.iie first fim, dusini. If Q SMALLPOX QUARANTINE RAISED AT SUFFIELD Medicine Hat Miv bo smallpox quarantine, establish- few weeks .as6, north of Suf field, has beeii rained. All the tncntj thico imtlenta hue recovered. BENTLEY IS NEW SECRETARY Proven Quality When choosing 11U emare n isboth economy and satisfai tion to ptirchajc Tliis brand, known al 'Silferflauilial Wan" i rankifirntinquuiltyand 1 has best for over 60jMrs Made in the, heaviest grade of plate i U a meellng of the com nilltee of..the Chinook Club, beld at noon tod-iv Wlllium 1 Com id ivho fo-r the past six months, has filled the position ,of secretary of the club, ten- dered his lesignation, to take effect Hanj Bentlev was pbiiited "to the position, and will en- tei on his new dnHcs it once l Conrad will in .1 (ouple of for Jlvdicino Hit, where he take over the management of the .Assinaboln. Hotel. It Is understood that "Ui Bentloj will continue to alt on.thc bench un- til the appointment of a. police img Istrite is made b, tho Aitornev Gen GOOD TO HIS HOME TOWN Ingersoll, May late Dr. Cur- ill has heiiueathetl io n nark to be known an Carroll Park, and h.is made provision for Ihe es tnhltahment of aTrutcxtiinl chlhlTen's .hospital. Pumps and Oxfords UIX Friday and Saturday only Men's Pat. Calf and Tan, per pair Women's Pat. and Tan, per pair SEE OUR WINDOWS Leave Your Repairs With Us FOOT TOGGERY ;